At this very moment, there are an estimated 12 million - 24 million eCommerce sites across the world. To put that number in perspective — if you launched 100 online shops every day, it would take 657 years to launch 24 million of them.
You’re ready to create an online contest landing page in order to drive results and increase your profit.
A coming soon landing page is a sign up landing page designed to generate customer leads for a product or business that does not yet exist. A great coming soon landing page, focuses on one primary objective: getting people to sign up before launch. Do this right and you can build enough initial brand momentum to sustain an enormous amount of signups pre-launch 🙂
Crowdfunding has taken the world by storm, making one thing very obvious. People are willing to put their money behind brilliant ideas and truly want to see those ideas come to life.
Here’s a hard truth that savvy Facebook marketers are well aware of: Facebook ads aren’t getting any cheaper. In fact, they’re just going to keep getting more expensive.
Kickstarter campaigns are an amazing way to get a creative idea off the ground running, all without putting your own hard-earned money on the line or having to apply for a bank loan. Creating and running the campaign right has the ability to boost brand awareness, increase leads, improve social media engagement, and so much more.
Whether you’re creating a landing page with 50 words or a blog post containing 1.000 words, the way you write does matter. There’s a strong correlation between conversions and copywriting, and some sources even say that it’s possible to increase conversions by 113% - or more! - with powerful copy.
Getting a loan at a bank for your business idea is out - crowdfunding is in. So you’ve decided to launch your business baby via Kickstarter or another crowdfunding platform.
People are shopping online at an accelerated rate - which probably doesn’t come as a surprise, considering we’ve all been stuck at home for most of 2020. The rate of acceleration might come as a surprise, though, as it has resulted in an additional $174 billion in ecommerce revenue in 2020 in the US alone. At $861 billion dollars total ecommerce sales, the pandemic gave online sales a boost it wasn’t estimated to reach until 2022.